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Vive le sport! 5 5 UNITÉ Quit Jérôme se lève? 19 LEÇON B Les verbes réfléchis p. 293 A Lusage de larticle défini avec les parties du corps p. 292 C La.

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1 Vive le sport! 5 5 UNITÉ Quit Jérôme se lève? 19 LEÇON B Les verbes réfléchis p. 293 A Lusage de larticle défini avec les parties du corps p. 292 C La construction: je me lave les mains p. 296

2 Home Jérôme se lève? 19 LEÇON A Lusage de larticle défini avec les parties du corps p. 292 Note the use of the definite article in the sentences below. Jai les cheveux bruns. I have brown hair. (My hair is brown.) Tu as les yeux bleus. You have blue eyes. (Your eyes are blue.) Lève la main. Raise your hand. Ferme les yeux. Close your eyes. Link to Image In French, parts of the body are usually introduced by the DEFINITE article le, la, or les, and not by a possessive adjective as in English. LANGUAGE COMPARISON

3 Home Jérôme se lève? 19 LEÇON B Les verbes réfléchis p. 293 Continued... Getting up, washing, and getting dressed are activities that we do every day. In French, these activities are expressed by REFLEXIVE VERBS. Note the forms of the French reflexive verbs in the sentences below. Je me lève à sept heures. I get up at seven. Tu te laves. You wash up. Nous nous habillons. We are getting dressed. REFLEXIVE VERBS are formed according to the following pattern: REFLEXIVE VERB = REFLEXIVE PRONOUN + VERB Link to Image

4 Home Jérôme se lève? 19 LEÇON B Les verbes réfléchis p. 293 Note the forms of the reflexive verb se laver (to wash up): laveje me lavestu te laveil/elle/on se lavonsnous lavezvous lave pasje ne me laverse laventIls/elles se laves?Est-ce que tu te INFINITIVE PRESENT NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE Continued...

5 Home Jérôme se lève? 19 LEÇON B Les verbes réfléchis p. 293 Continued... Note the forms of the reflexive verb shabiller (to get dressed): habilleje m habillestu t habilleil/elle/on s habillonsnous habillezvous habille pasje ne m habillers habillentIls/elles s habilles?Est-ce que tu t INFINITIVE PRESENT NEGATIVE INTERROGATIVE

6 Home Jérôme se lève? 19 LEÇON B Les verbes réfléchis p. 293 Reflexive pronouns come immediately BEFORE the verb. Note that me, te, and se become m, t, and s before a vowel sound. Link to Image Reflexive pronouns represent the same person as the SUBJECT. Éric se lave. Éric is washing (himself). Nous nous habillons. We are getting (ourselves) dressed.

7 Home Jérôme se lève? 19 LEÇON C La construction: je me lave les mains p. 296 Note the use of reflexive verbs and the definite article. To describe actions that one performs on ones body, French speakers use the construction: Je me lave les mains. I am washing my hands. Tu te laves la figure. You are washing your face. Stéphanie se brosse les dents. Stéphanie is brushing her teeth. Link to Image SUBJECT + REFLEXIVE VERB + DEFINITE ARTICLE + PART OF THE BODY Jeme lavelescheveux.


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